UK Doctor 'put his hand down woman's bra after getting tipsy on flight home', tribunal hears A DOCTOR put his hand down a woman's bra and groped her after he got "tipsy'' flying home on a trans-Atlantic holiday jet, a tribunal heard today. The alleged sexual assault is claimed to have occurred as the lights were dimmed during the hour flight from Charlotte Airport in North Carolina to London Gatwick. As a result, the woman - known as Miss A - alerted stewards who moved her for the remainder of the 4, mile journey, the tribunal heard. She later told her parents and police were called but no criminal charges were brought. The Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service heard the alleged incident happened in September after Miss A - who suffers from multiple sclerosis- was returning to the UK after visiting relatives.
Doctor 'put his hand down woman's bra after getting tipsy on flight home', tribunal hears
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In cinema[ edit ] At the start of the 20th century, the use of the handbra was not very popular or common in European or American cinema, where toplessness and nudity was quite common. In the s, the Hays Code brought an end to nudity in all its forms, including toplessness, in Hollywood films. To remain within the censors' guidelines or community standards of decency and modesty, breasts of actresses in an otherwise topless scene were required to be covered, especially the nipples and areolae, with their hands using a handbra gesture , arms, towel, pasties, some other object, or the angle of the body in relation to the camera. In print media[ edit ] Similar community standards apply in other media, with female models being required to at least cover their breasts in some way. The handbra technique became less common and an unnecessary pose in early 20th century European and American pinup postcard media as toplessness and nudity became more common.
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